Show #1910 - Friday, December 18, 1992


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Dan Teebor, a development associate from Playa Del Rey, California

Lillian Bosworth, a teacher from San Diego, California

Harry Koga, a student affairs assistant from Berkeley, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $16,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

"P"s & "Q"s
    $100 1
This force on the surface of the moon is only about 1/6 that on Earth's surface
    $100 6
In series titles this word preceded "Dolls" & "Chase"
    $100 11
His library opened on June 30, 1941, while he was still president
    $100 17
When he jumps down a large hole under the hedge, Alice follows him
    $100 21
Types of these used by the etiquette-conscious include business, place & calling
    $100 13
A musical note whose time value equals half of a half note
    $200 2
The large flat areas of the moon are called maria or, in English, these
    $200 7
When this show debuted on public television in 1980, its host was Gene Shalit; Vincent Price replaced him
    $200 12
Opened in 1991 in Simi Valley, California, it's the largest of all presidential libraries at 153,000 sq. ft.
    $200 18
The Duchess has one of these amphibians for a footman
    $200 27
Traditionally, a debutante's escort gives her one of these wearable floral gifts
    $200 14
The "steak and kidney" type of this food is an old English favorite
    $300 3
By some estimates Newton, the deepest of these on the Moon, is large enough to swallow Everest
    $300 8
As this character Peter Graves led the impossible Missions Force
    $300 15
Located in Dorchester, Massachusetts, his library is housed in a building designed by I.M. Pei
    $300 19
When Alice meets the caterpillar, he's sitting on one of these fungi
    $300 28
It's the part of an artichoke that should be eaten with a knife & fork
    $300 24
Boxing fans may know that John Sholto Douglas was only 14 when he became Marquess of this
    $400 4
A geographical feature on the moon's far side is named for this "War of the Worlds" author
    $400 9
On this show it was Chief Thunderthud, not a teenage turtle, who yelled "Kowabunga!"
    $400 16
You'll find the Camp David Accords & Copies of the SALT II treaty at his presidential library
    $400 20
This queen, whom Carroll called the "embodiment of ungovernable passion", is a real card, too
    $400 29
To serve salt from a saltcellar, a tiny one these utensils should be used
    $400 25
As ursine means bearlike, this adjective from the Latin means swinelike
    DD: $700 5
This phase of the moon occurs when none of its lighted side faces earth
    $500 10
On "Sesame Street" it's the profession of the Muppet Flo Bear
    $500 22
The Gerald R. Ford Library is located on the campus of this university
    $500 23
The Mad Hatter & the March Hare try to stuff this rodent into a teapot
    $500 30
Slices of this fruit should accompany the finger bowls presented after lobster is eaten
    $500 26
Another nickname of this soccer great, Perola Negra, means "black pearl"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Harry Lillian Dan
$2,300 $300 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Harry Lillian Dan
$3,200 $2,200 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 17
While exploring the headwaters of the Arkansas River, he discovered the Colorado peak named for him
    $200 6
The world's largest chocolate & confectionery factory is in this Pennsylvania community
    $200 26
In April 1992 this Nobel-winning nun appealed to the California gov. to spare a condemned murderer
    $200 1
Call letters for radio & TV stations are assigned by this agency
    $200 8
His fiancee Mary Campbell was the subject of his poem "Highland Mary"
    $200 13
The American Beauty hybrid of this bush was imported from France in 1886
    $400 22
When he reached Mexico in 1519, many believed he was the god Quetzalcoatl
    $400 7
The state produces over 95% of the nation's anthracite variety of this fuel
    $400 27
Gerty Cori shared the Medicine Prize for showing how the body converts glycogen to this sugar
    $400 2
This division of the Department of Transportation certifies civilian pilots
    $400 9
This lord wrote, "O God! It is a fearful thing to see the human soul take wing"
    $400 14
During Christmas many decorate their homes with wreaths made from this red-berried shrub
    $600 23
When this French explorer died in Quebec City in 1635, only 150 settlers lived there
    $600 19
In 1812 the state capital moved from Lancaster to this city
    $600 28
Mairead Corrigan & Betty Williams won for leading the peace movement in this part of the United Kingdom
    $600 3
Each year about 1,000 police officials get advanced training at its National Academy in Quantico, Va.
    $600 10
She published "Revolutionary Petunias", a collection of poems, 9 years before "The Color Purple"
    $600 15
This food starch used to make puddings comes from the cassava shrub
    $800 24
On March 3, 1513 he set out on an expedition from Puerto Rico in search of Bimini
    $800 20
The American Federation of Labor was founded in this city in 1886
    $800 29
Dorothy Hodgkin won in this science for determining the structure of vitamin B
    $800 4
The Office of Attorney General was created in 1789, but this department wasn't established until 1870
    $800 11
The last section of his "Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard" is called "The Epitaph"
    $800 16
This fragrant purple shrub of the olive family has lent its name to a purple color
    $1000 25
His voyages to India were the subject of an epic 1572 poem, "The Lusiads"
    $1000 21
The Lehigh & Schuylkill Rivers are Pennsylvania's major tributaries of this eastern river
    DD: $1,000 30
3 of 1991 Literature winner Nadine Gordimer's books were banned in this, her home country
    $1000 5
Founded in 1914, this agency administers the Truth in Lending Act & the Fair Packaging & Labeling Act
    $1000 12
This female poet was the subject of Hugh Whitemore's play "Stevie"
    DD: $500 18
The twigs of this shrub, salix discolor, have clusters called catkins

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Harry Lillian Dan
$5,400 $6,500 $6,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This prominent European family took its name from a red shield painted on an ancestral home

Final scores:

Harry Lillian Dan
$0 $13,000 $3,000
3rd place: Aiwa stereo system + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! games for the Super Nintendo & Sega Genesis New champion: $13,000 2nd place: trip to Quail Lodge Resort, Carmel, California + Pinseeker golf clubs

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Harry Lillian Dan
$5,200 $7,000 $6,700
22 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $18,900

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Game tape date: 1992-09-01
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